By a certain age, the majority of people have figured out how to read the positioning of the analog timepiece. The Peaclock has no numbers to indicate the particular hour of the day; however, the time-telling beginner can decipher the device in an unexpected manner.
David Olschewski made the face of this wall clock to look like a shiny porcelain dinner plate. Wooden hands pivot from the center, loosely resembling crisscrossing chopsticks. Where one might expect to see some sort of markings or numerals, the Peaclock serves up something that's more visually scrumptious. Around the edge of the dish are green peas, arranged in groups of 1 to 12 and able to be counted. This chronograph would be a delightful and delicious addition to your kitchen decor.
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The Peaclock Indicates the Hour with Clusters of Round Green Veggies
1. Quantitative Clocks - Designing clocks with unique and creative ways to display time such as using vegetables or other non-numerical indicators can provide opportunities to disrupt the traditional clock industry.
2. Edible Decor - Incorporating edible elements into home decor items such as clocks or wall art can provide a unique selling point for companies in the home decor industry.
3. Visual Cues - Incorporating visually stimulating and creative indicators in design can provide new ways to engage consumers and disrupt traditional product designs.
1. Clocks and Watches - Innovative and unique clock designs can disrupt the traditional clock and watch industry.
2. Home Decor - Incorporating edible elements into home decor items such as clocks or wall art can provide a unique selling point for companies in the home decor industry.
3. Food and Beverage - Partnering with the home decor industry to create food-inspired decor can provide opportunities for disruptive innovation in food and beverage.